as declared in As many as seven different teams could snap Trubisky off the board if the Browns pass on him at the top.
Cleveland Browns (from San Francisco)Top needs: QB, S, CB, RTMitchell Trubisky, QB, North Carolina: I covered how the Browns could wind up with this pick above, and why staying at No.
Buffalo BillsTop needs: CB, OLB, RT, WRO.J.
One more note: You’ll find what I believe to be the top needs of each team listed before each pick.
That’s what I have the Browns doing in this mock, striking a trade with the 49ers to move all the way up to No.
As it stated in The Cowboys have been involved in several other first-round trades during Jones’ tenure as owner, of course.
There are some opportunities (for trades up or down).”The last time the Cowboys made a trade in the first round was back in 2013.
He became known as “Trader Jerry” for a while because of his tendency to wheel and deal on draft day.
28 in the first round, but Jones indicated that the team could be aggressive trying to move up or down in the draft, depending on how things shake out.
The deal was pilloried at the time, as the Cowboys got less to move down from pick No.
As it stated in
Should Giants trade up in 1st round of 2017 NFL Draft? Analyzing the possibility
By James Kratch | NJ Advance Media for NJ.comThe 2017 NFL Draft is just under a month away, and the run-up to the last weekend in April will likely be fascinating from a Giants standpoint.
They have traded up in later rounds, including their move to get safety Landon Collins at the top of the second round in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Another Giants draft topic that has been the subject of much speculation recently: Could they, and would they, look to trade up in the first round and pick higher than No.
Here’s a rundown on all the possibilities based on recent draft history, the Giants’ needs and more.
The Giants have never traded up in the first round under general manager Jerry Reese.
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